Cebu Pacific Offers Zero Fare for Clark & Reduces Go Lite Fare

Cebu Pacific is now offering Zero Fare to Clark and you can now fly from Cebu to Dipolog, General Santos, Bacolod, Surigao, Iloilo and Ozamiz for only P699– all in ‘Go Lite’ fare. Go Lite fares for Manila to Cotabato starts at P1,688 from P2,388 all-in.

Not only that, fly under Cebu Pacific’s Zero fare from Clark to Bangkok, HongKong, Macau, Singapore and Manila to Osaka. The Zero fare seat sale started from October 29 to November 7, 2008, for travel starting December 1, 2008 to January 31, 2009.

Book online at Cebu Pacific Online Website.

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  • ma loren bato

    I want to know if there is a Davao to Clark flight and what day/s are thses weekly? Is this also part of promo ?

  • ma loren bato

    I want to know if there is a Davao to Clark flight and what day/s are thses weekly? Is this also part of promo ?

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